Bashar, Jesus, and Liliana attended the NII GRACE Centre Symposium and Worksop, held in Tokyo on 19-20 December 2017. The workshop on the 19th December focused on software engineering of cyber-physical-social systems, with Liliana presenting her recent research on forensic-readiness, and Jesus presenting his research on software compliance. Bashar gave a keynote presentation at the symposium on 20th December, which commemorated the retirement of Professor Shinichi Honiden, Deputy Director of NII and long term Lero collaborator. The symposium concluded with a lively panel discussion on the future of software engineering over the next 10 years.
SPARE group members travelled to Milton Keynes, UK, on July 31st to meet with the wider Lero-OU group (ASAP) members at The Open University (OU). This year our meeting was…
George Presents ‘Doctor! Doctor! My Smartphone Says I’m Sick!’ at Pint of Science 2017. His presentation revealed that we have way to much information on our phones.
Tom Welsh delivered a workshop on data security and its real-world implications to staff at Galway based Charity “Croi Na Gallimhe” this week.
iRENIC is the 1st International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Investigating and Countering Crime, Beijing, China, September 12, 2016. In association with the 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference.